Well, the second annual Digital Dreams is a wrap after another Canada Day long weekend party at The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
The two-day festival featured live sets by some of the biggest names in EDM who performed for over 25,000 partygoers each day.
Porter Robinson, Paul van Dyk, Bob Sinclair, Wolfgang Gartner, and Richie Hawtin were just a handful of performers throughout the weekend, with Tiesto closing out Digital Dreams on Sunday night. Fans hopped to and from the main Dream Stage, the Echo Stage (house/techno) and the House of Boom (dubstep/trap/drum and bass) to witness some of the biggest names in EDM do their thing.
If you couldn’t make it, check out some videos of what you missed. If you were there, here’s a little reminder of just a few highlights:
Jelo kicked things off on the Digital Dreams Stage as people flooded into Echo Beach on Saturday afternoon.
Art Department put on an interesting show, to say the least, on the Echo Beach Stage.
That was right before Doctor P packed people in the House of Boom for his performance on Saturday.
Richie Hawtin performed to an insane crowd as he headlined the Echo Beach Stage on Saturday night.
But it was Porter Robinson who made the biggest impression on Saturday night, headlining the Digital Dreams Stage to close out day one.
Toronto’s own The Junkies kicked off the Echo Beach Stage on Sunday as people returned for round two of Digital Dreams.
Dubfire closed off Sunday night with the final performance on the Echo Beach Stage.
Wolfgang Gartner put on arguably one of the best sets of the weekend right before Tiesto on the Digital Dreams Stage.
But it was Tiesto who completely shut down the event with a whole bunch of classics and a massive confetti shower to end the weekend on Sunday night.
Be sure to check out our listing of other upcoming Toronto music festivals happening this summer.